Daylight saving ends this weekend, and people will certainly want to double-check their devices to make sure things adjust correctly. On Oct. 28 CNET tackled one iPhone glitch that users will want to be aware of, but most people should have a fairly seamless transition this weekend as they embrace their extra hour of sleep.
Some iPhone users who are using iOS7 have noticed that the Calendar app time display has a glitch in it. While in the United States daylight saving ends at 1:59 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 3, other countries around the world already made the switch. The Calendar app has not accurately reflected the transition, many users have noticed.
This isn't the first time iOS has had a daylight saving time glitch, and many users are already aware of the recurring issues. For the most part, iPhone and Android users who have their smartphones set to automatically update should have no issue with daylight saving time ending. Those who have somewhere to be Sunday morning, however, may want to double check their alarms to ensure they will be getting out of the house at the right time.
As daylight saving ends, many bemoan the change that throws off the sleep patterns of kids and brings on the dark nights even earlier. Regardless, it's happening come the wee hours of Sunday morning, and everybody will want to make a note to turn those clocks back an hour at 2 a.m.